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February 21, 2013 Vol. 5, No. 142
Best Practices for ERP Implementation
The 8 Ways Outdated ERP Damages Your Business
The Best-of-class Strategy Makes a Return in the Cloud Era

10 Critical Questions to Ask a Manufacturing ERP Vendor
Manufacturing enterprise resource planning (ERP) software vendors range from global giants offering legacy systems to smaller companies offering only point solutions. With so many solution providers to choose from, how can an organization make an intelligent decision on who to trust with this mission-critical system? Learn 10 critical questions to ask when choosing a manufacturing ERP solution for your company.
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To Upgrade or Not to Upgrade? The Symptoms and Costs of an Outdated ERP Solution
In an ongoing race to meet present-day challenges, manufacturers tie their fates to ERP systems, and the degree to which those systems remain functionally viable in the face of new and shifting challenges is a major determinant of long-term business survival. Know how to recognize when your system becomes updated and what you need to do to remain vigilant and proactive in identifying and staying current with market evolution.
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Selecting ERP for Engineer-to-order Manufacturing
Most enterprise resource planning (ERP) software was not designed for a project-oriented environment like engineer-to-order (ETO). How do the needs of ETO manufacturers differ from more traditional manufacturers? And how can an ETO manufacturer go about selecting ERP software that truly meets their needs for project visibility and control? Download this white paper to find out more.
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  3. Big Data Distribution -- Managing Large-Scale Information in the Constantly Connected World

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